You could also give this a shot
1. Open a new tab in Chrome.
2. In the address bar, type about:plugins, then press Enter.
3. In the upper-right corner of the window, locate and click the plus sign next to Details.
4. Look for Adobe Flash Player, which on my system was the top entry. Immediately below that, you should see two Shockwave Flash entries. Look at the Location lines for both; you want the one that references PepperFlash. (Again, on my system, this was the first of the two. It looked like this:
C:\Users\Aspire8950\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Ap plication\ 24.0.1312.52\PepperFlash\pepflashplayer.dll)
5. Once you find that entry, click Disable.
6. Exit Chrome, wait a few seconds for it to fully terminate, and then restart it.
Now your YouTube videos should play much more smoothly. (If you run into playback problems, you may need to reinstall Adobe Shockwave. I didn't encounter this issue, but a few users reported it.)
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